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Feb 02, 2019

La Roca Club is OPEN:

Dance to your favorite tunes from yesterday and today on our floating dance floor or chat with friends at the bar or in our comfy conversation area.

Regular Hours:   Saturdays  7:30 - Midnight

OPEN to the Public.  


$10 at the door - Dance lesson at 8p.m. then stay and dance all night.


After dance lesson $7


It pays to be a Member.  Ask about Membership details!!!!






Feb 02, 2019

Saturdays @ 9:30a.m. at La Roca Club    

$8.00 / person 

Shake It Pass = $75 for 10 classes, plus 1 Free

    

The BEST Dance Floor at the Lake!  It’s cushioned & it’s floating….making hours of dancing & aerobic activity EASY on the Knees and Back.



Feb 06, 2019

Cha Cha Group Class  -   1 of 8

Wednesdays at 7:00p.m  

$85 per person for 8 week session


Cha Cha Cha:

The cha-cha is a popular, social Latin dance. Lively and flirtatious, the cha-cha is full of passion and energy.

The cha-cha is a vibrant, flamboyant and playful dance. The light and bubbly feel of the cha-cha gives it a unique sense of fun.
The cha-cha requires small steps and lots of hip motion, as it is danced in 4/4 time. The fourth beat is split into two, giving it the characteristic rhythm of 2, 3, 4 and 1.

Therefore, five steps are danced to four beats. You may have heard it counted like, "One, two, cha-cha-cha." 

Also called the cha-cha-cha, this unmistakable dance originated in Cuba in the 1940's. Composer and violinist, Enrique Jorrin, developed the dance as a variant of mambo and rumba.  The name is eerived2 from the sound of dancers' shoes as they shuffle around the floor.

Because of the carefree nature of the cha-cha, its music should produce a happy, party-like atmosphere, with a tempo of 110 to 130 beats per minute. The cha-cha is often danced to authentic Cuban music but can be performed to all music genres, including country, funk, and hip-hop




Feb 09, 2019

Latin WORKSHOP 

10:45 a.m. - 12:45p.m.         $25/person

Learn basic latin dances, foot placement, hip motion, frame lift, and steps.   


This class will be particularly geared to the young girls in The Lake area who are currently taking other types of dance like ballet, jazz, lyrical and need to add Ballroom/Latin to their portfolio.  We hope to see all the great talent meet us on the dance floor.

  

Pre-registration required by 2/7/19.   

Call or purchase online here.


Feb 09, 2019

La Roca Club is OPEN:

Dance to your favorite tunes from yesterday and today on our floating dance floor or chat with friends at the bar or in our comfy conversation area.

Regular Hours:    Saturdays  7:30 - Midnight  

$10/person at the door - Dance Lesson at 8pm - Stay and Dance for FREE after

$7 at the door after class.  OPEN to the Public.  


It pays to be a Member.  Ask about Membership details!!!!


NOTICE: We will go back to being open on FRIDAY nights beginning with the Sweetheart Date Night on February 15th




Feb 09, 2019

Saturdays @ 9:30a.m. at La Roca Club    

$8.00 / person 

Shake It Pass = $75 for 10 classes, plus 1 Free

    

The BEST Dance Floor at the Lake!  It’s cushioned & it’s floating….making hours of dancing & aerobic activity EASY on the Knees and Back.






Feb 13, 2019

Cha Cha Group Class  -   2 of 8

Wednesdays at 7:00p.m    February 6th - March 27

$85 per person for 8 week session


Cha Cha Cha:

The cha-cha is a popular, social Latin dance. Lively and flirtatious, the cha-cha is full of passion and energy.

The cha-cha is a vibrant, flamboyant and playful dance. The light and bubbly feel of the cha-cha gives it a unique sense of fun.
The cha-cha requires small steps and lots of hip motion, as it is danced in 4/4 time. The fourth beat is split into two, giving it the characteristic rhythm of 2, 3, 4 and 1.

Therefore, five steps are danced to four beats. You may have heard it counted like, "One, two, cha-cha-cha." 

Also called the cha-cha-cha, this unmistakable dance originated in Cuba in the 1940's. Composer and violinist, Enrique Jorrin, developed the dance as a variant of mambo and rumba.  The name is eerived2 from the sound of dancers' shoes as they shuffle around the floor.

Because of the carefree nature of the cha-cha, its music should produce a happy, party-like atmosphere, with a tempo of 110 to 130 beats per minute. The cha-cha is often danced to authentic Cuban music but can be performed to all music genres, including country, funk, and hip-hop



Feb 14, 2019

Invite your sweetheart or a friend and come take a salsa dance lesson

6p.m.  Valentines Day

Only $10 per person


The bar will be open for a relaxing cocktail before you get started.


Feb 15, 2019

La Roca Club - Sweetheart Date Night

7:30p.m.-Midnight

Gentlemen, this is as easy as it gets.  Your romance package includes; a dance lesson, flower, card, champagne, dessert and dancing!  

    Call for reservations.      $42 per couple



Martini Specials:  Try our famous Cha Cha Chacolate Martini, the Samba Salted Caramel Martini, or our Special Chocolate Covered Strawberry Martini.

Dance to your favorite music as you enjoy a romantic evening with your special someone!

Purchase reservations here



Ask us how to become a Club Member.  It does have its incentives!




Feb 16, 2019

Saturdays @ 9:30a.m. at La Roca Club    

$8.00 / person 

Shake It Pass = $75 for 10 classes, plus 1 Free

    

The BEST Dance Floor at the Lake!  It’s cushioned & it’s floating….making hours of dancing & aerobic activity EASY on the Knees and Back.




Feb 20, 2019

Cha Cha Group Class  -  3 of 8

Wednesdays at 7:00p.m     February 6th - March 27

$85 per person for 8 week session


Cha Cha Cha:

The cha-cha is a popular, social Latin dance. Lively and flirtatious, the cha-cha is full of passion and energy.

The cha-cha is a vibrant, flamboyant and playful dance. The light and bubbly feel of the cha-cha gives it a unique sense of fun.
The cha-cha requires small steps and lots of hip motion, as it is danced in 4/4 time. The fourth beat is split into two, giving it the characteristic rhythm of 2, 3, 4 and 1.

Therefore, five steps are danced to four beats. You may have heard it counted like, "One, two, cha-cha-cha." 

Also called the cha-cha-cha, this unmistakable dance originated in Cuba in the 1940's. Composer and violinist, Enrique Jorrin, developed the dance as a variant of mambo and rumba.  The name is eerived from the sound of dancers' shoes as they shuffle around the floor.

Because of the carefree nature of the cha-cha, its music should produce a happy, party-like atmosphere, with a tempo of 110 to 130 beats per minute. The cha-cha is often danced to authentic Cuban music but can be performed to all music genres, including country, funk, and hip-hop




Feb 22, 2019

La Roca Club is OPEN:  Back to Friday Nights!

Dance to your favorite tunes from yesterday and today on our floating dance floor or chat with friends at the bar or in our comfy conversation area.

Truly the largest dance floor at The Lake with over 2,000 sq feet of dance space. AND our floor is real hardwood actually floating on top of 1/5 inches of pad.  

This makes a night of dancing easy on your feet, knees, and back.  


Regular Hours:   Fridays   7:30 - Midnight

$10/person at the door - Dance Lesson at 8pm - Stay and Dance for FREE after

$7 at the door after class.  OPEN to the Public.  


It pays to be a Member.  Ask about Membership details!!!!



Feb 23, 2019

Saturdays @ 9:30a.m. at La Roca Club    

$8.00 / person 

Shake It Pass = $75 for 10 classes, plus 1 Free

    

The BEST Dance Floor at the Lake!  It’s cushioned & it’s floating….making hours of dancing & aerobic activity EASY on the Knees and Back.




Feb 27, 2019

Cha Cha Group Class  -  4 of 8

Wednesdays at 7:00p.m       February 6th - March 27  

$85 per person for 8 week session


Cha Cha Cha:

The cha-cha is a popular, social Latin dance. Lively and flirtatious, the cha-cha is full of passion and energy.

The cha-cha is a vibrant, flamboyant and playful dance. The light and bubbly feel of the cha-cha gives it a unique sense of fun.
The cha-cha requires small steps and lots of hip motion, as it is danced in 4/4 time. The fourth beat is split into two, giving it the characteristic rhythm of 2, 3, 4 and 1.

Therefore, five steps are danced to four beats. You may have heard it counted like, "One, two, cha-cha-cha." 

Also called the cha-cha-cha, this unmistakable dance originated in Cuba in the 1940's. Composer and violinist, Enrique Jorrin, developed the dance as a variant of mambo and rumba.  The name is eerived from the sound of dancers' shoes as they shuffle around the floor.

Because of the carefree nature of the cha-cha, its music should produce a happy, party-like atmosphere, with a tempo of 110 to 130 beats per minute. The cha-cha is often danced to authentic Cuban music but can be performed to all music genres, including country, funk, and hip-hop